A sign marking the tree, pictured here in December 2005, has since disappeared. It read: “Metasequoia glyptostroloides, dawn redwood, est. 1935.” The date is incorrect, as the species, long thought extinct, was only rediscovered in the 1940s.
A sign marking the tree, pictured here in December 2005, has since disappeared. It read: “Metasequoia glyptostroloides, dawn redwood, est. 1935.” The date is incorrect, as the species, long thought extinct, was only rediscovered in the 1940s.
A sign marking the tree, pictured here in December 2005, has since disappeared. It read: “Metasequoia glyptostroloides, dawn redwood, est. 1935.” The date is incorrect, as the species, long thought extinct, was only rediscovered in the 1940s.

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